About the Colonial Film Catalogue | Search Film By Country | Search film by topics
Archives | Project Team | Work in progress | Project events | FAQ
Southern Rhodesia declared independence unilaterally as Rhodesia in 1965. It achieved formal independence as Zimbabwe in 1980.
The nursery school at Runyararo and how it helps the mothers. RM 2539
The opening of the Kariba Dam.
The situation at this time of unrest in the Central African Federation. This pro gramme was first transmitted in 1960 ...
Film about the development of Salisbury.
Production / Donor Details: The Rhodesia Collection was donated by the journal Rhodesians Worldwide and ...
Advancement in Rhodesia'. Contents include: reasons for independence; increases in numbers of Africans in authority; improvements in condition of tribal ...
Unedited (?) film of Rhodesia.
Street scenes in Rhodesia and shots inside a prison.
Tour by the Queen Mother to C.A.F. 1960. Plusher production of FEDERAL SPOTLIGHT NO. 108
John Freeman interviews Rhodesian politician, Sir Roy Welensky about his life and political career.
Film abot Wankie national park, showing the park, camps, people game watching, and the game.
The industrial evolution of Rhodesia.
Winston Field discusses his government's decision to introduce the death penalty for a variety of offences, including petrol bombing. Also ...
A family tours Southern Rhodesia on holiday. Shows holiday spots from the Eastern Districts, the Victoria Falls, Salisbury, Zimbabwe ruins, ...
A-Z Films | Contact Us